Convened by the Energy Institute's sector experts, International Energy Week 2022 will be the energy industry's first global meeting to assess the outcomes of COP26 alongside the continuing recovery of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ipieca is a supporting partner of International Energy Week 2022 and will be presenting during a session on The role of biodiversity and nature-based solutions to mitigate the effects of climate change.
Following an introduction to Ipieca's new briefing on hydrogen, this webinar will invite guest panellists to explore the essential role hydrogen can play in supporting the decarbonization of hard-to-abate sectors and a low-carbon future, as well as share industry case studies and opportunities.
Join this SPE Live session with two long-time observers of the UNFCCC Conference of Parties (COP). In this conversation, we learn about what they expect from COP26 Glasgow - the key issues to be negotiated and their perspectives on what could be accomplished there.
This interactive, virtual roundtable will examine the topic of the energy transition and net-zero emissions through three lenses, with a keynote introduction from Mark Radka of the UN Environment Programme, and participation from Allianz Investment Management, Chatham House, Ipieca, Oil and Gas Climate Initiative, Transition Pathway Initiative, World Business Council for Sustainable Development, World Economic Forum, World Resources Institute and more.
This pre-COP26 UN Global Compact Network UK event will explore the climate mitigation and resilience agendas and the interlinkages between them. Government representatives, experts, and business leaders will discuss their vision of a net zero, climate resilient world, and the actions they are taking to get there.
The Citizens Energy Congress, taking place virtually on 15-16 June 2021, will bring together a broad spectrum of energy industry professionals, policy makers, investors and civil society. Together, these groups will challenge the concepts and constraints of the existing energy models and foster consensus-driven foundations for a low carbon energy system.
In the last few years, great strides have been made in satellite detection of methane emissions. There are now a variety of satellites with a range of methane sensors and detection capabilities in orbit and several more planned in coming years. These new satellites will bring greater levels of transparency to methane emissions in both the public and private domains.
During this webinar, Matt Harrison of SLR Consulting and Dave Allen of the University of Texas at Austin, who co-authored the Methane Guiding Principles set of ten best practice guides, will provide an overview of their scope and content and demonstrate how operators can best make use of them.
Ipieca is pleased to welcome Samantha McCulloch, Head of the CCUS Unit at the International Energy Agency (IEA), as the presenter of our next webinar in the series on carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS).